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Hu Hesheng (Chinese: 胡和生, Pinyin: Hú Héshēng) (1928 -), is a renowned Chinese female mathematician. She is the former vice-president of Chinese Mathematical Society, the former president of Shanghai Mathematical Society, and an academician of Chinese Academy of Science [1]. She held the Noether Lecture in 2002 [2].


Born in Jun 20, 1928 in Shanghai, Hu graduated from the Department of Mathematics, Zhejiang University in 1952. During 1952-1956, she was a researcher at the Institute of Mathematics, Chinese Academy of Sciences. 1956, she went to Fudan University in Shanghai, became a lecture in mathematics, then associate professor, and full-time professorship [3].

Hu was the former vice president of the Chinese Mathematical Society, and the former president of the Shanghai Mathematical Society. 1991, Hu was elected as an academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. 2002, She held the Emmy Noether Lecturer during the International Congress of Mathematicians in Beijing, China [4].

Her main academic interest is differential geometry. She led a research group at Fudan University during 1980s and 1990s.

Hu's husband is Gu Chaohao, also a renowned mathematician and served as the president of University of Science and Technology of China [5].

See also

* Gu Chaohao
* Noether Lecture


1. ^ Holeung Ho Lee Foundation Awardee of Mathematics & Mechanics Prize
2. ^ The Noether Lecturers Hesheng Hu, 2002* , Emmy Noether Lecture at International Congress of Mathematics
3. ^ Hu Hesheng at Fudan University
4. ^ Biographies of Women Mathematicians
5. ^ Gu Chaohao & Hu Hesheng

External links

* The Noether Lecturers
* Biographies of Women Mathematicians - Hu Hesheng
* Hu Hesheng's profile in the website of Chinese Academy of Science (Shanghai Branch)
* Hu Hesheng's profile in HLHL website
* Introduction from Fudan University
* Hu Hesheng's profile in (Chinese)


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